The year of 2016 was a tough one for the people of New Mexico for cybercrimes; a whopping 17,618 people fell victim to these attacks.
For internet crime specifically, the people of New Mexico lost $870,1654—or an average of $5,112.61 per person.
In total, 324,569 felt the unpleasant sting of cybercrime and females fell victim the most.
And since this is such a large retiree state, it’s no surprise most victims were 60-years and older.
Men in general suffered the most, and so did men and women ages 30–39.